115 Mogilev region families having many children improved their living conditions within six months of the year 2012. The information was provided by Vladimir Golubev, head of public housing and infrastructure department of Mogilev region executive committee’s architecture and construction committee, during the press-conference held for the local media.
Besides the abovementioned, on the list of those having improved their living conditions are: 83 families of social category, 81 families that lived at slums, 69 families that lived at hostels for 10 or more years. 56 apartment houses or flats (the total area 5.3 thous m2) were constructed for workers of agricultural organizations.
As provided by the Concept of State Housing Policy for the period of 2012-2015, housing construction for families having many children and families of military men has been the priority, Vladimir Golubev specified. Families having many dependent children will be provided with accommodation within a three-year period; families of military men – within a five-year period.
“Credit limit in 2012 has lead to decrease in area of housing construction for large families. In the period ahead the figure is to double”, the department head added.
Within six months of the current year 124 flats of the total area 10,000 m2 was constructed in Belarus. 155 families more will have been provided with flats till the end of the year.
In general, in Mogilev region 1740 families having many dependent children are listed as those need to improve housing conditions.